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Number of stars in Irr
sent808Date: Sunday, 31.05.2015, 22:03 | Message # 1
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Hi i just created one Irr (250000 radius) - 22 Trillion stars.

And a sbc or sc 1 Million R - has like 12 Trillion stars.

I know that the bigger are the galaxies the more speard out are the stars. But how can a galaxy 1/4 have that brutal amount of stars. (Also i cant see any clusters in both and they have more than 10.000)

Here is the code:

Code
Galaxy "Great Azshara/M 101/UGC 8493/MCG 8-25-12" // The name of the galaxy
{
            Type "Sc" // Hubble classification type            
            RA 1.4978 // Right ascension in hours            
            Dec 1.1956 // Declination in degrees            
            Dist 10010000000.78 // Distance in parsecs (5)              
            Radius 1000000.9958 // The radius of the galaxy in parsecs            
            AbsMagn -6.5 // Absolute magnitude, or            
            AppMagn 4.5 // visual magnitude                           
            SolFade false // suppression of star generation near the Sun            
}   

Galaxy "Great Arya/NGC 5194/UGC 8493/MCG 8-25-12" // The name of the galaxy
{
            Type "Irr" // Hubble classification type            
            RA 1.4978 // Right ascension in hours            
            Dec 1.1956 // Declination in degrees            
            Dist 10013000000.78 // Distance in parsecs (4)           
            Radius 250000.9958 // The radius of the galaxy in parsecs            
            AbsMagn -6.5 // Absolute magnitude, or            
            AppMagn 4.5 // visual magnitude                      
            SolFade false // suppression of star generation near the Sun
}    


I have the visual magnitud of galaxies down to -10. And the others at 7. Other settings by delfault.


Edited by sent808 - Sunday, 31.05.2015, 22:04
 
DisasterpieceDate: Sunday, 31.05.2015, 22:55 | Message # 2
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Clusters are considered galaxies for magnitude, which is probably why you cannot see them at such a magnitude limit. I'm not sure about your other problem, though.




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sent808Date: Monday, 01.06.2015, 10:11 | Message # 3
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Quote Disasterpiece ()
Clusters are considered galaxies for magnitude, which is probably why you cannot see them at such a magnitude limit. I'm not sure about your other problem, though.



Hi 100% right. I mannage to fix it with delfault settings but now I am getting huge lag spikes when i am in a Cluster-globular. Like maybe i have 55-60 fps and all good and then every 4-5 sec a lag spike or a freeze dont know how to call it. Out of the cluster everthing is runing good.

I have a good Nvidia Ge force ( i read the original post ) but i dont know how to Threaded optimization to off. I cant find SE in the Nvidia control panel. Edit: never mind i found it. Now waiting for the nvidia driver update and lets see what happends.

Yea i have the last driver with Threaded optimization off and still getting freezes like every3-4 seconds.


Edited by sent808 - Monday, 01.06.2015, 11:59
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 01.06.2015, 12:27 | Message # 4
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Irregular galaxies have high concentrations of stars throughout their entire volume. Spiral galaxies have high concentrations of stars only in their disks and bulges, and even then only near the center. You're comparing apples to oranges.

Also, this discussion could have fit into an existing thread. Please read the forum rules.





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sent808Date: Monday, 01.06.2015, 12:33 | Message # 5
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Quote HarbingerDawn ()
Irregular galaxies have high concentrations of stars throughout their entire volume. Spiral galaxies have high concentrations of stars only in their disks and bulges, and even then only near the center. You're comparing apples to oranges.

Also, this discussion could have fit into an existing thread. Please read the forum rules.


Well okey sry i didnt know that. You can close it.

 
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